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Author: Subject: What's a sierra 3:38 lsd worth ?
Relph

posted on 8/4/15 at 07:33 PM Reply With Quote
What's a sierra 3:38 lsd worth ?

Hi guys,

I've just removed a 3:38 lsd from my mk Indy and fitted a 3:62 lsd.

I've had a look around but cannot find another one for sale, have you guys got any idea what it's worth ?

I don't really want to go the ebay bidding route and having to deal with a load of time wasters.

Thanks.





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CosKev3

posted on 8/4/15 at 07:54 PM Reply With Quote
OT but what's the reason you have changed as majority of people say the 3.38 is the best ratio for a BEC?

How much difference is there in reality between revs comparing the two?

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madteg

posted on 8/4/15 at 08:45 PM Reply With Quote
200 Big ones
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adampage

posted on 8/4/15 at 09:15 PM Reply With Quote
I'd be interested at 200

Some go for more, some less so sounds reasonable.
I quite fancy long gearing as do some bike engine guys, but some like the shorter ones for acceleration.

Is it in good condition etc?

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jossey

posted on 9/4/15 at 07:44 AM Reply With Quote
As above 200 ish

I bought mine for 100 but seen some sell if mint for 250





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fesycresy

posted on 9/4/15 at 08:04 AM Reply With Quote
3.38 open, anywhere between 150 and 200 these days. 3.62 LSD about, 125?

Then merge the two? Road and Race did mine.

I'd be looking to sell around the 300 mark.





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kitcardirect

posted on 9/4/15 at 08:22 AM Reply With Quote
if you do a search on here in the for sale section you will see what has sold,

and as above they go between 200 ish upto 350

so i guess its up to you really where to put it,

best of luck selling it,





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Relph

posted on 9/4/15 at 08:31 AM Reply With Quote
Thanks for your help guys.
When I changed from the 3:62 to the 3:38 it was a lot nicer at cruising speeds with my 2003 R1 engine and at motorway speeds it dropped the rpm by approx 1000 rpm, which is a lot nicer on longer journeys.
I just miss the sheer acceleration you get with the 3:62.
I will get some pics taken and put it up for sale this weekend.
Thanks, Jaime





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adampage

posted on 13/4/15 at 05:34 PM Reply With Quote
I'll look out for the ad then....

Drop me a note when you decide on a price...

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